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    Hi,

    I just installed Exchange 2003 to my organization and this is first mail server in the organization.

    Telnet to Exchange 2003 mail server is working fine but when I access the Outlook web access I am getting Page cannot be displayed.

    both https://localhost/Exchange and also http://localhost/Exchange/ ... I am running IIS5.0.

    I am not sure why am I not able to access OWA.

    Awaiting your response!

    Thanks!

  • #2
    Re: No able to access mail server through outlook web Access

    HTTPS won't work out of the box.
    HTTP should, can you see any failed services? Have you applied SP2?
    Anything actually in IIS?
    Have you rebooted after the install?
    Any AV / Firewall on the box?
    cheers
    Andy

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    • #3
      Re: No able to access mail server through outlook web Access

      Sp2 is installed. How do I check for Failed services?
      nothing on IIS. I have just this and when I type http://localhost/ I get the default IIS page to setup IIS properly etc page.

      Yep. I have rebooted my Exchange and also DC to make sure everything works fine.

      Nope. No AV or Firewall..

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      • #4
        Re: No able to access mail server through outlook web Access

        Event logs
        Look for info and errors

        and

        services.msc
        Anything stopped but set to automatic.

        Can you run the BPA as well
        cheers
        Andy

        Please read this before you post:


        Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

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        • #5
          Re: No able to access mail server through outlook web Access

          If this is a clean new installation, then I would only be doing one thing with this machine - removing Exchange using add/remove programs and reinstalling Exchange.
          I work on a simple basis - Exchange should work straight out of the box. If it does not then it is a bad install. I have installed servers three or four times before I am happy with them, but my standards are very high (and I have a 100% success rate because of that).

          It is important that you remove Exchange first, then drop the machine from the domain before wiping it. Due to the way that Exchange interacts with the domain, simply wiping the machine is with the install is not a good idea.

          Simon.
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